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A puffin crossing across Station Road and dropped kerb crossings across St Marys Hill and Town Bridge will be installed in Stamford, with works due to start on Monday 23 January.
One couple could enjoy the fairytale Valentine’s Day treat to remember as the full red carpet treatment will be made available as the ultimate gift.
DEFRA is offering more advice to poultry keepers after a case of Avain Flu is confirmed in East Lindsey
OPEM 4 opens at The Collection, Lincoln, on 28 January and will showcase the work of eight competition winning artists.
The risk of the sea over-topping the defences on the East Coast has now passed.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is reminding residents to #sweepdontweep this winter.
Major new roads, better public transport and improved facilities for cyclists and pedestrians are all included in a new vision for Boston’s transport infrastructure.
The county council now has £35.4m to spend on local road improvements in 2017/18 - and there could be more on the way.
New traffic signals are to be installed on Lumley Road outside of Boots in Skegness, with works due to start on Monday 16 January.
Emergency Services are advising residents along the east coast of Lincolnshire to take precautions due to the potential risk of flooding.
Work will begin on Monday 16 January to improve the flow of traffic at the ‘pinch point’ on the A16 and A17.
A section of Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln, will be closed on January 14-15, 21-22 and 27-28 to allow for an access road to be constructed for a new housing estate by Westleigh Partnerships.
Keeping portable heaters one metre away is the key message from Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue with plunging temperatures and ‘thundersnow’ set to hit the UK this week.
Do you want lower energy bills this year? Then register with the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme and see if you can save hundreds of pounds.
Choose the most appropriate care for your ailments this winter and keep A&E for medical emergencies.
Snow is coming to parts of Lincolnshire! Here’s how to stay safe in severe weather.
The chairman of Lincolnshire’s Health Scrutiny Committee has today written to NHS England, to raise concerns about the consultation, over the potential changes.
More than 100 models of the iconic Spitfire will be on display at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life as part of the Airfix exhibition.
Anglian Water is currently dealing with a burst water main affecting the southbound lane of the A153 East Road, Sleaford, near the rugby club and A17 slip road.
The final section will be resurfaced overnight from 8pm to 5am, between 11th January and 17th January, weather permitting.
Lincolnshire County Council’s executive have today agreed to continue providing funding to Citizens Advice in Lincolnshire of more than £600,000 for the next financial year.
Work to introduce a more cost-effective approach to street lighting in the county will continue in and around Boston, Skegness and Mablethorpe over the next few months.
Tip workers in Louth help a Labrador and companion in their hour of need.
With collections restarting this week following the Christmas break, many recycling bins will now be overflowing with packaging from presents.
Volunteers are preparing to open the doors to their new community hub, the Magdalen Library in Wainfleet on 3 January.
The New Year is traditionally a time when people think of making changes to their lifestyle and health.
Here’s a quick guide on what to do with your real Christmas tree once the festive season is over.
Selected Lincolnshire libraries are currently hosting special displays, showcasing the wide-range of adult learning opportunities across Lincolnshire.
The Regional Director for Ofsted in the East Midlands has congratulated Lincolnshire Children’s Services for significantly improving the quality of leadership, management and teaching in South Holland.
On 1 May 2016, a fire broke out at Leathergate House on Tower Lane in Spalding, sadly resulting in the death of three men.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards received 245 complaints this year from residents unhappy with their mobile phone.
Anglian Water has started emergency repairs to a collapsed sewer on Winsover Road today Wednesday 21 December.
Almost 150,000 cigarettes and tonnes of illegal alcohol seized during raids in Lincolnshire will be recycled.
A section of the B1225 High Street, Caistor, has been closed between the junction with Rothwell Road and the junction with the B120 following a fuel spillage.
The Chief Veterinary Officer has informed Lincolnshire County Council that there has been an Avian Flu outbreak at a turkey farm north of Louth.
When and where to get rid of your Christmas and New Year waste.
If you’re thinking of buying a puppy, Lincolnshire Trading Standards advise you to make sure it’s from a reputable breeder.
The Lincolnshire Waste Partnership is asking residents to help support clean recycling by putting food waste in the waste bin and rinsing food packaging before recycling.
The concrete bridge on the B1166, known locally as the Gravel Causeway, over the River Welland, near Crowland will be refurbished in the New Year, with works expected to last up to eight weeks.
Lincolnshire primary schools have been recognised for their commitment to preparing and serving healthy fresh school lunches.